We've put together a selection of fun and educational activities to help children, young people and adults learn from home during the coronavirus outbreak.
The resources for children and young people have been hand-picked by our teaching and learning advisers from Early Years right through to Post-16, and by Virtual Schools teams from Norfolk County Council and across the Eastern Region.
They have been chosen as good examples of activities that can supplement - rather than replace - the learning that schools or educational settings will have provided.
Home learning ideas for parents with children aged five and under
Fun and educational activities for children aged 5-11
Resources and activities to help young people aged 11-16 continue to learn at home
Learning resources for A level or post 16 students
Ideas and activities for children and young people who have special educational needs and disabilities (SEND)
Interactive tasters and online courses for families with children aged 0-12, to replace face to face courses in libraries, schools and Early Childhood Family Centres
Digital devices such as laptops and tablets, and internet access for eligible people aged 0-19 in response to the coronavirus outbreak
Norfolk Safer Schools Team's newsletters for primary and secondary schools
Online courses for adults and young people aged 16+, including professional qualifications, functional skills and courses to support your health and wellbeing.
Free digital and numeracy courses for young people and adults